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Companion Animal Psychology Book Club February 2023

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“I don’t know how to put into words the awe I felt while reading this book—for the incredible sensory diversity of our planet, and for Ed Yong’s talents.”—Mary Roach, author of Stiff

Fellow Creatures: New Post on Flat-Faced Dogs

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I've got a new post on my Psych Today blog: Flat-faced dogs must be able to breathe, new campaign says.  Photo: Christian Alvarez/Pexels

Saying Goodbye to a Beloved Dog: A Life Well Lived?

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The pain of losing a wonderful dog is tempered (at least a little) by memories of the delightful doggy moments in his life. A manifesto for giving dogs as much joy as we can.  All photos: Kristi Benson

The Top 10 Books on Companion Animal Psychology in 2022

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These were the most popular books on this blog in 2022.

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